Economic Impact of HIV

Research Themes: Costs, Cost-Effectiveness and Benefits of HIV Care and Treatment

The “Economic Impact of HIV” project is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to synthesise the evidence on the economic impact of HIV into a series of 17 policy briefs that can help decision makers in the ministries of finance and health in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) decide on the future financing of their country’s HIV programme. The project incorporates a series of webinars with an academic and LMIC government staff audience aimed at refining the content and presentation of the briefs, the presentation of the evidence to LMIC decision makers during a comprehensive workshop, and the publication of the policy briefs here and via submissions to peer-reviewed journals.

Principal Investigator/ Program Director Dr Gesine Meyer-Rath
Start dateDecember 2019
End dateMay 2021

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Dr Gesine Meyer-Rath

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